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    Post Contest : Answer Simple Questions & Win Smart Watches.



    Hi All,
    Our Kentico quiz contest is in progress.

    Here is the 3rd ‪#‎Raybiztech‬ 's ‪#‎Kentico‬ Question:
    How can you update Kentico output cache across many Servers?

    PS: There will be 10 winners for the right answers. In case of more than 10 right entries, it will be first 10 ten right answers! Have great Kentico quizzing!!!

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    Thanks for sharing the nice contest with us. Actually, in the second half of the XVIII century the most experienced watchmakers still managed to close the mechanism from all sides with the help of the watch case. However, following the tradition, the watchmakers still equipped their watches with the hinged back and front covers, so that the very curious could look inside the "temporary apparatus" whenever they pleased. A little later the craftsmen learned to close the dial of the watch with glass, which became the protector of the shooter and the surface of the dial from external influences. Agree, this is an interesting paradox - for many years the world watchmakers like seiko watches rafiqsonsonline(.)com/product-category/seiko/ tried to give the watch a laconic look, to close all the watch's insides from the sight, and now the masters returned to what they started. This is evidenced by the general tendency to skeletonize the clock. It turns out, absolutely right those who believe that everything new is a well-forgotten old. In France and Italy in the XVIII century, a wide spread was obtained with a clock with a skeletonized dial in the style of "Gothic". Quite often dials were given such magnificent and lacy forms that it was very difficult to read the time for them. Anyways, thanks for sharing the nice piece of stuff with us.

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